What Bears Can Teach the School Bus Industry

RENO, Nev. — Savvy is the key to success in both your personal life and workplace, explained STN EXPO keynote speaker Billi Lee, as she shared her “Bear Story” that has helped organizations globally, including the CIA, FBI, Caterpillar and IBM.

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STN EXPO Security Session: The Enemy Within?

RENO, Nev. — A panel of national school security experts concluded that school buses are more likely to experience violence from students or people related to students, than from outsiders. 

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NHTSA Close to Studying Effect of Seat Belts on Behavior

The National Highway Traffic Safety Administration (NHTSA) is seeking school districts that are interested in equipping school buses with lap-shoulder seat belts, to participate in a five-year study on how the occupant restraints affect on-board student behavior.

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Learning from Israel’s Experiences with Bus Terrorism

Editor’s note: Protective intelligence is defined as the training of people in how to spot behaviors and communications that indicate a potential target is being surveilled prior to an attack. School buses are considered “soft targets,” because they are mobile, difficult to protect, and are highly vulnerable to a variety of attack methods.